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Your Local Specialist for Wheel Refurbishment & Wheel Repair in Kent

Revamp Wheels is an automotive specialist, solely handling wheel repair and wheel refurbishment on behalf of our clients – who visit us from all throughout Kent and its surrounds. Our Orpington workshop is manned by a team of genuine experts, who can restore alloy wheels in all states of disrepair, but most commonly chipped and scuffed alloys, to their form glory.


Below, for the benefit of prospective clients in Kent who might never have needed to invest in either wheel repair or wheel refurbishment before, we’ve provided a brief FAQ. But it may be you have a different question, or would simply like to book in a visit with us. If that’s the case, call 01689 873 273 at your earliest convenience.


Kent Clients’ Questions Answered


How quickly can you complete wheel refurbishment?


If you’re able to drop your vehicle at our Orpington, Kent garage before midday – we can deal with damaged or scuffed alloys before close of play on the very same day, minimising the time you’re kept off the road.


What does the wheel repair process involve?


Alongside the core wheel repair in which our engineers use hand tools to alter the wheel itself, the repair process sees us reprime, repaint, lacquer and bake them for a perfect finish.


What kind of damage can you fix when it comes to alloy wheels?


Typically, Kent motorists visit us with alloy wheels with: scuffs, chips, scrapes, split rims, dents, scratches and general structural damage from impact with a kerb or pothole. A combination of wheel repair and wheel refurbishment techniques can deal with all these issues, and more.


Why invest in your services?


Simply put, it’s far cheaper to repair or restored damaged or scuffed alloys than replace them with brand new ones. But if you feel that what you’re experiencing is “just cosmetic”, we’d urge you to consider wheel repairs and wheel refurbishment because:


  • a) It helps protect your investment by keeping your car in good shape
  • b) Scuffs, scratches and chips can allow moisture into the core of the wheel, leading to rust and corrosion – which can be a huge safety concern, and lead to an accident or further issues that prove expensive to repair

Have a different question for our wheel repair and wheel refurbishment specialists, based in Kent? Pick up the phone and call the friendly team at 01689 873 273.

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